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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta WpHnrnlrrv. April H, 1973 THI VFTHDBlDGE WHO'S YOUR DATE? Who was thai movie slor I saw you wilh last nighl? If President Nixon should ask, and the was the world premiere of "The God- U.S. presidential advisor Henry Kissinger's answer would be Ali MacGrow. The pair help celebrate Ihe film's success at a New York afler-opcning party. Sludeitls iniisl comply wilh OTTAWA ftPl Foreign students in Canada on student visas must comply with normal immigration regulations if they to remain in the country after completing their educa- tion, yn immigration spokesman said here. Visas allow students only liic lime to complete their studies, not an opportunity to circum- vent normal regulations, I h e spokesman said. If students successfully com- plete their education they cnn apply for kmded immigrant status, otherwise they must re- turn home. fn IS70, there wore nhoiil J.CM students from Hong Kong at- tending Canadian institutions, down from iihout in 10ii9. Figures tor 1571 were not avail- ahle, the spokesman said. Hecent statements Ifarald Gundersou, president of the Al- berta School Trustees Associa-! tion, regarding non-resident stu-1 deuls arc exaggerated, an asso- ciation member said. Scott Savillc, a member of the association executive, said Mr. Gunderson's re in arks were "wholly unauthorized by the as- sociation." wonderful to be alive 300 SUNGLASSES to choose from AVAILABLE IN YOUR RX OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION 308 Til. Sr.JS SACTtAMENTO, Calif. (AD Tami Hogan was a bright nitic-year-oid who always showed her pnrenls her school Except one Hem. H was a crayon illustrated poem called Thank You For Life that she wrole herself. It said: "Thank you Lord for let- ting me be alive today. "I like you for my family, "We do live quilc happily, "We always play lo- gellicr, "Oli! Thank you lor the sunshine iveallier, "It's just wonderful to ho Tami's f.illier, Rary, a lieu- tenant, with the suburban Cnr- niicliacl fire department, said he ami his wife found HID poem the day after his Hlltc girf died last Thursday of leu- kemia. "My wife looked in n folder, and there was this poem right on lop. We've never seen it before I wonder if she planned it Hint way." Her father said he found out in December, 1970, that Tami had (he deadly disease. "We never told her thnl had leukemia because we al- hoped she'd be home well Ilognn said. "We just told her it was an infec- tion." Tami's teacher, Sisler Mary Carton of Our Lady of the As- sumption school, said the little Rirl knew s o m e I h i n g was wrong. She said once she wished she could have just one day when she didn't fee! sick." Oxen in Peking SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A pair of musk oxen sent from Ihe San Francisco zoo as a gilt from the United States to the Chinese government liave ar- rived in Peking, zoo director Tlonald KeuLher said Monday. Court hears question on Indians HELENA. Mont. (AP) The Supreme Court today began hearing arguments on t ]i c question of wneCnor the slate las authority in criminal mut- ters on Indian reserves. The question brougth by former U.S. senate candidate Tom MacDonaM, asked the court to halt the stale's prosecution of him for nllepcd crimes involving drugs on the Flathead Indian rescn ntion of western Montana. The arguments are expected to focus on whether (lie state's jurisdiction over criminal ma'.- ters on the reservations have beon in effect since or whether there svas a drawa) of that jurisdir'.'or-.. MacDonald zr, ucsuc- cesslul candidate I ocrat Mike Mansiie'.d in 1970 election. Support your local INDEPENDENT GROCER MIHALIK'S 642 13th Street North, Lethbridge Phono 328-5742 GET PERSONALIZED SERVICE FREE DELIVERY TOO! FOOD COSTS ARE LOWER AT MAYFAIR FOODS SPECIAL PRICES IN EFFECT THURS.-FRI.-SAT., APRIL 13Hi-J4rh-15tli. .00 ,49 PAULINE JEWETT switches parlies Dcmocrnlic Parly nomination in Ottawa West for (lie. next federal election. She told a news conference that she is "mucli more In tune" with NDP policies than those of the Liberals. She siiiil she is particularly concerned that nothing tins been duiu1 tn limit election expenses, that Milling has been seriously con sidercd relating to foreign own- ership of Hie. economy. She s n i d slm nlso u-n.s np- posed to flom-miK-nt regarding unemployment n n d opposed tho imposition of UK: Wnr Measures Act thnittf, lliu QLICUCC crisis in Former (oolb.iil plnyi-r Flfm lircwcr threw lii.'i hclinul Jiit'i thy political ring today, :JH- nouncinK Hint he llic ledcral an :i Ham- ilton candidate for I'aul lycr's Action Canarfa Mr. Jircv.-er, -i'r. i Montreal Fiskimos and Hamilton CaU of the Canadian League [or a decade. tirexi a few seasons hacr: aft'.: being injured in an accident on his farm at nearby Burlington and now works tor a radio sta- tion here. York Apple Juice Lynn Valley Std Pears Nabob Strawberry Jra Heinz Ketchup 3 Purity Flour 89c Sauerkraut J4... for of 24 5.49 24-01. Corn Flakes Koiiog Peaches York K0iv0. 6 1.29 6 1.79 Apricots Caic of 24 6.49 Vnllcy 14 01. Cnio FREE set of Mattresses with ench Trailer Sleeps 6 Self draining ice box Recessed door with built-in step 6'3" head room wilh eycolnc liardlop 1800 Ib. tubular axle 12 gauge steel bumper Work counter wilh cabinets fable PER MONTH NO PAYMENT TILL JULY 8' SAIL BOAT Snfe Sabol ii> gleaming lit aluminum ipari and dacron 5 Free adull and child', life jnclcol tail. MONTHLY Fibreglns 6 36" beom O Seals 2 SPECIAL ___ per manlh 12' IRI-HUIU CAR TOPPER Fibreglas moulded 2 ndulls SPECIAL S12 MONTHLY 'OUTDOOR COMPANION' SLEEPING BAG Great for summer. SPECIAL OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL P.M. ZeHer's County Canned Pep Tissue Caihm Ptinti Hose ounp0 Plums Bing Cherries Valu 10 01 4 01. Beans lor NO DEPOSIT 1.59 >f 24 5.79 PO'Kjjp Value 14oi. Oforl.O" Cat. of 24 Tomatoes 14 M Choice 14 01. 6 24 4.49 of 24 6.89 Dog Food Porky 6forl.89 Caig ol 24 G.89 1.00 15 01. W for Can ol 24 5.09 Mayfair Foods Dairy and Frozen Products Cream Corn Libby 6 14 07. U (or V .617 Cav6 of 24 5.49 Hcprcsenlative Cornelius n. a 11 a t h c r (Dem. N.J.) was with evading more lan In Income taxes, perjury and conspiracy, by n ederal grand jury, the Uniled lales justice department an- oimced in Washington. GallaRher. a seven -term J n i t e d States congressman rom Bayonne, N.J., ac- uscd of'evading taxes on more of personal Li- one over a two-year period, Ic also was charged with os- isting 1 v o uninriicted ro-con- piralors of evading taxes on n additional Almost halt the members ol he Winnipeg icrce who look part in a refer- ndum prefer lliat Dominion Day be called Canada Day. EVAD JMcCorniick, general manager of the hamber, said ZW voles of a to- tal 556 favored the name Can- ada Day, 155 favored retaining he name Dominion Day and 29 voted to change the name o Confederation Day. E i g li t lallols were spoiled or siiefiesl- ed other names. A man accused of bailing out of a hijacked United Air Linos jetliner wilh in ransom noncy lalcr flen a liclicupler i near an area where a .search i was under way lor Ihe hijack- j er. i Illchnrrt Floyd McCoy, ac- cuscd of masterminding P'ri- dny's hijack, reporter! Snturriay morning at tho Soil l.nkc Cily International Airport for extra National Guard helicopter Iraining. Haj.-Gcn. Maurice L. Wails. Utah adjulanl-gcneral, said McCoy, a warrant olficcr in tlic1 National Guard, new a guard helicopter wilh a plioiogrnphct to Camp Williams on Saturday morning. The camp is a short distance the Prove area where FBI agents had been searching for Ihe hijacker. The FBI arresled McCoy at his home Sunday as he pre- pared lo rclurn to guard drills. Fancy Peas ubby Whole Beets ._ 14 01. Ca Canadian Slices Cheese Whiz.Kra Cod Rsh Chips 6 for 1.29 Orange B.C. FANCY SPARTAN re of 24 5.49 Valu 3 Ib. bag GREEN or LKi IUCfc and CRISP........................ ib. CANTALOPE JUMBO 3 PM GRAPiFRUST for LARGE SIZE for WE INVITE YOU TO TRr OUR MEATS "THE BEST IN TOWN" rustf PIPES ECKVILLB (CP) Skocdo- pole Craislruction of this ccnlral Albcrla IOUTI thinks it has found a belter way lo lay a natural gas pipeline. Most com- panies use gravily to pull the, pipe inlo the ground. But Sknc- dopolo uses a special machine of ils own design to push Ihe pipe into Ihe ground. It says tho "push" system is (aslcr and eliminates the tendency of (he "pull" type lo fracture under stresses such as Irost action. Canada Choice "WE WILL CUT OUR MEAT TO SUIT YOUR REQUIREMENTS" Chuck Steaks Ideal fcr harbccua STORE HOURS: Won., Tues., Wed., Sol. 9.00 n.m. till p.m. Thursday and Frdny a.m. lo p.m. Prices Effective MIHALIK 642 13th St. N., Lethbriclge Phone 328-5742 FREE CITY DELIVERY! ON LARGE ORDERS April 13th, T4th and 15th WD Reserve The Right To limit Quantities ;